The new version 2.20 firmware brings support for CFexpress cards, which fit into the camera’s XQD slot, but offer faster data transfer. The cameras will retain their ability to use XQD cards as well. Nikon has said that D5, D850, and D500 users can also expect CFexpress card support at some point in the future, though a definitive date has not yet been given. As of now, not all CFexpress cards are supported, but Nikon expects the number of supported cards to expand in the future.
In addition, Nikon has introduced raw video output in 12-bit 4K UHD or full HD in ProRes raw to Ninja Atomos V recorders over HDMI. The raw video upgrade will require you to send your camera to a Nikon service center and will cost you $199.95, unless you purchase a Nikon Z 6 Filmmaker’s kit. Those who have already purchased the kit are eligible for a free upgrade by providing proof of purchase.
You can read more from Nikon and also download the latest firmware here.
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